Overall, the series is well written. I enjoy the characterizations, and the interplay between them. The topics are reasonable and do not get outside the box. But whoever is in charge of the photography, they are killing the show, in my opinion.
The trend to use "shakycam", swooping motion, and nauseating shifts does not heighten tension, nor imparts anything constructive to the story. In fact, I find myself closing my eyes, and wishing it would STOP. I am about ready to CHANGE THE CHANNEL. That is not a good response. It defeats the whole purpose of commercial television - attract an audience. Despite the advances of 'high definition', it would appear that the "artists" in command wish to devolve the imagery. If they keep this up, I will depart the audience for this show. I have better things to do than be annoyed by 'entertainment'.